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Norita Ann Stahr

July 23, 1935February 16, 2021

Norita Ann Stahr, 85, of Davenport, died Tuesday, February 16, 2021. There will be no services. Interment will be in Davenport Memorial Park. Norita was born July 23, 1935 to Cecil and Ethel Bartels. She graduated high school in 1953 and married George Stahr in 1955 in Davenport. She was a stay at home mom who went back to school herself when her children were in school. She became a licensed practical nurse after completing a two-year program. She worked for many years at Urological Associates in Davenport. She was an avid sports fan, especially the Cubs and Hawkeyes. She loved animals of every kind. Her husband George preceded her in death in 1996 and her son David in 2018. Survivors include her daughters, Christine (Bruce) Mayer, Lino Lakes, Minn., and Karen (Terry) Stark, Ft. Myers, Florida, seven grandchildren and six great-grandchildren.


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Patricia Guinee

February 20, 2021

Chris and Karen,
You probably don't remember me but when your parents lived next door to the Swishers, I was married to the Swisher's son. I thought the world of your Mom. When your parents moved to Davenport I would visit your Mom. We both loved gardening and we would exchange tips. She also taught me how to crossstitch. I was sad to see she had passed and wanted to send my deepest sympathy. I lost my Mom two months ago at the age of 96 so I know how it hurts. Thank goodness we have memories to cherish.
Thinking of you,

Sue Belvel

February 19, 2021

Heartfelt sympathy to Nori's family. Nori was my mentor when I started at Spring Park Surgery Center 25 years ago. I am still at Spring Park and am very thankful to have known her. She was very good at what she did and always, but sternly :) gave me a good laugh. I always think of her when the Days of Our Lives soap opera comes on as she would listen daily on the radio to keep caught up on it. Back in the day there was no TV's in waiting rooms.
Take care and God bless. Sue Belvel